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“I BELIEVE IN ALWAYS BEING OPEN TO LEARNING MORE THROUGH EXPLORATION OF EVERTHING AVAIL ABLE AND FOLLOWING ONE'S SENSE OF CURIOSIT Y, CREATIVIT Y, AND PL AYFULNESS."


YEAR / 2010-2013

The projects based from Taiwan and Italy, include residential, hospitality, exhibition and commercial space, with over eight years of studies between graphic design to interior design and two years work experience. Through educational training in Europe for over a year as well as some experiences with film stage production, I see myself as a person who appreciates working in a team environment while enjoying the challenges from individual tasks.

TYPE Architecture Interior Design Graphic Design Film Set Design LOCATION Italy Russia China Taiwan I believe in the importance of the deep and wide range of analysis and research conceptual and narrative process. I am also fascinated by the sensibility and open mind knowledge of global environment. By blending my Chinese background into the deep European architecture represented in European history and culture, I truly find myself submerged within a new wide concept of choices.


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RESIDENTIAL SPACE

HOTEL DESIGN

CANVAS Put your own style on canvas, the canvas are going to make your home

Widespread hotel The INK hotel collaboration with "10 Corso Como"

Projects of Master Course Interior design Film Set design 2012 / 2013

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HOSPITALITY Hotel Cure cure environment by curing yourself

MINCHUN TSENG PORTFOLIO

SECOND LIFE for both retired and get new interests of painting

-03EXHIBITION Design Perspective of Achille Castiglioni

-05SET DESIGN Film "SAY YES" on 2012 Scene Design


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BL ACK BOXES collaboration with H.K. brand "HEEAL"

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RETAIL DESIGN

RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

TIMELESS SPACE collaboration with H.K. brand "TOILET TE"

-07RETAIL DESIGN Pisa?Piazza?Pisa collaboration with Taiwanese brand "PIZZ A CUT FIVE"

The loft house Refurbishment the existing space and culture mixing

Projects of Professional Works Interior design 2010 / 2011

"Traveller's home" for a famouse travel show host who is America

-09RESIDENTIAL DESIGN House IN BETWEEN

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MILAN ITALY

location of projects When Asian meets Europe, coming from Asia and some years of work experiences in Asia, with the master course in Europe, I believe in the importance of deep and widerange of analysis and research, conceptual and narrative process, and also sensibility and open mind knoledge on globle environment. I believe that given the opportunity to carry on my advanced work in Europe will, indeed, have the greatest impact on me and my chosen career as an designer for I can reach my goal of connecting what I have, so far, accomplished and gained with my Chinese background to the deep European architecture represented in European history and culture. There are some projects from asia also europe, the hybrid culture distinguishing characteristic inspired me, giving the idea for each project, retail design, residential, hotel and exhibition space design, always focus on the dialogue between man and environment.

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The INK hotel

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Residential CANVAS

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Exhibition Perspective of Achille Castiglioni

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Hotel Cure

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"IN ELEVEN ISSUES, IT HAS BEEN FOUR YEARS EXPERIENCES FROM ASIA TO EUROPE, THE PROJECTS ARE SPREAD AND LEARNING BY DIFFERENT CULTURE"

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Retail BL ACK BOXES

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Retail TIMELESS SPACE

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Retail Pisa? Piazza? Pisa?

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INBETWEEN

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PROJECT LOC ATION

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projects of master course interior design TYPE / Hospitality Exhibition Residential LOCATION Milan, Italy Moscow, Russia UNDER Domus Academy

YEAR / 2012/2013


HOTEL DESIGN

01 The Ink Hotel

THE INK HOTEL

HOTEL DESIGN

CASTLE IN THE SKY Re-edit your neighborhood through Widespread hotel TYPE Public Space CLIENT 10 Corso Como SIZE 1600M2 UNDER Domus Academy PROJECT LEADER Antonella Dedini INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

YEAR / 2013

milan Italy

Nowadays, the situation of young people travelling alone or with their friends has increased. The hotel of 10 Corso Como in the new local area of Milan therefore is introduced to target the young generation of foreign tourists who loves fashion and design. The idea is creating a green high line connect with hotel and neighborhood in different historical buildings on the street, bring people together and go to the castle in the sky, the roof garden is not only for event but as a common space work as a community for everyone. A path leading people to understand local fashion and design industry, offering a workshop experience in cooperation with existing pattern design studio for tourists. Hotel is not only a space for taking a break, it’s a path to enter and blend into local culture while travelling.


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"10CORSO COMO" Using the gallery and book shop as its core, Sozzani has structured a living magazine where editorial choices in food and fashion, music and art and lifestyle and design are constantly made by the visitor and customer as they engage across so many areas of interest.

"FROM INK TO LINK" The Ink is seen as a metaphor �LINK� to pen and ink, using the simple color black and white as the base, the green connect the guest and host. In the intensely ink atmosphere, so that ideas and perceptions become a attitude for lifestyle.

Located in the residential and historical area in Milan.


HOTEL DESIGN

01 The Ink Hotel

"SECRET GARDEN"

"SKY BRIDGE"

Using garden as its core and extend the original spirit of the brand.

Creating a structure related to the environment but hidden in the garden, and finished by steel material but also plan on planting ivy that grow on it.

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"THE BRIDGE IS NOT ONLY FOR HOTEL' CUSTOMER, BUT BE A PART OF COMMUNITY."

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The rooms

The hotel building will be two separate entrances, one for public guest form gallery and the other private entrance for reception. From gallery you can see the rooms upstairs, which will generates visitors’ curiosity and invite people to visit hotel, but at the same time, keep the privacy for guest who stay in our hotel. In the gallery part, a flexible partition for exhibition will be created, using the semitransparent fabric as a design element and make it look like a box, which invites people to go into the box around the exhibition. The room area will be first floor to third floor. It is divided in three types, which are double room, quad room and six person room. Double room(76m2) A double Beds, stand up shower and bathtub with a big window, separated bathroom, flat TV in two different level. Quad room(81m2) Two double Beds for families or friends. Combine the living room flat sofa, private bathroom and stand up shower. Six person room(116m2) Families, Rockstars or Carpenters on the road. the basketball team, catwalk models all welcome in our Big One. Two separate showers and toilet units, two sofas, one big-ass flat screen and lots of mirrors. Sleeps 6 people on beds.

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HOTEL DESIGN

01 The Ink Hotel

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“STEPPING INTO HOUSES MEANS STEPPING INTO THE HISTORY, CULTURE AND ART. NOT ONLY INTO THE PEACE OF THE SURROUNDING NATURE; ENJOY BOTH AND BECOME BE WELCOME GUEST”


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Local Restaurant Local Nailshop Hotel / Gallery Roof garden / Bar Lobby / Kitchen / Library Logoshop / Workshop

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LINE A high line that connects the neighborhood and hotel roof garden inviting both local and foreign people.

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LINK The sustainable green links the historical existing buildings and new volumes. Adding the new volume on the unused building but not destroy the structure of architecture, transform it into a public roof garden, creating a green high line connecting the existing buildings in the historical and residential area and make them a new community. The architectural concept behind renovation rests on a clear contrast of what is old and new. Collaboration with local pattern studio, and introduce the way to produce fashion design for young tourists who love fashion and design.

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Rendering . Logo shop Rendering . Workshop Mock-up . Kitchen Mock-up . Rooms Mock-up . Bridge Mock-up . Lobby Mock-up . Logoshop Mock-up . Roofbar

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HOTEL DESIGN

02 The Cure Hotel

hotel design

CURE NEW BLOOD FOR HOSPITALITY TYPE Public Space SIZE 1770M2 UNDER Domus Academy PROJECT LEADER Mark Unger GROUP MEMBERS Anna Chitkarova Atam Atamian Omar Shabaan

YEAR / 2012

Moscow Russia

HOTEL CURE Are you tired of the city? Have you ever wanted to escape from an everyday routine? Nowadays there is a huge gap between people and the nature. We forgot how important it is to spend time outside the city. By underlining the major problems of nowadays’ society, such as pollution and depression and reminding about the importance of the environment we live in, we provide the necessary solutions and transform them into our design language. Within this project we were aiming to create a very actual and eco friendly brand that will cure both the nature and the mind. The aim of this projects is to bring people back to the natural environment, create a space in the city where they could hide from the everyday problems and clear themselves, helping the environment at the same time.

BRAND IDENTITY By using natural materials wood and plants reminds us the nature always cure the nature and bring people to the essential surroundings. Ecologically friendly design - by adding extra leisure pursuits.


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URBANIZATION


HOTEL DESIGN

02 The Cure Hotel

"Inspired by urban squared grid system we based our design approach accordingly, different squares combined together, they can have different grids and joins, giving a mobile facility, its design structure."


"WITH THE SINGLE ELEMENTS WE BUILD UP OUR HOTEL."

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HOTEL DESIGN

02 The Cure Hotel

Plan . Standerd king Plan . Standerd twin / ground floor Plan . Standerd twin / first floor Plan . Suite / ground floor Plan . Suite / first floor Plan . Duplex suite Master plan

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020 As an alternative to the traditional hotel building we decided to take 4x4x4 size box as a construction element and made a main building with all the facilities, such as lobby, spa, restaurant, administration area and etc. We took the shape of a box after being inspired of the city maps we were looking in and the fact that the general pattern of each city reminds the hatch with squares. In the territory of the hotel each room will be an independent building and has a size out of 4 types that we made: standard, double, duplex and suit. We wanted to provide comfortable living balance between modern technology and comfort. Radiant floor heating, eco-friendly incineration toilet and a water-efficient lavatory. All the constructions we create will be covered with mirrored glass with an aim to reflect the green environment that surround it. It was essential for us to make a space, where a person can completely abstract from the city and concentrate just on the nature that is around him.

"To prevent birds colliding with the reflective glass, a transparent ultraviolet colour is laminated into the glass panes which are visible for birds only. The construction also alludes to how man relates to nature, how we use high tech materials and products when exploring remote places in harsh climates."


EXHIBITION DESIGN

03 Perspective of Achille Castoglioni

PERSPECTIVE OF

ACHILLE CASTIGLIONI exhibition design

PERSPECTIVE

This exhibition about Achille Castiglioni is based on the book written by Sergio Polano. This book divides Castiglioni’s work by decades, and we used the timeline as our exhibition structure. Achille castiglioni’s best describe the process of his design as “Start from scratch. Know your goals and means.” Every object that he design, lies a story behind it. Our goal is for visitor to understand his perspective by narrate them into the exhibition space.

LIGHT UP THE ITALIAN DESIGN TYPE Public Space CLIENT PAC SIZE 1490M2 UNDER Domus Academy PROJECT LEADER Mara Servetto GROUP MEMBERS Ahmet Kapicioglu Betul Ay Renassya Intania Nasution

YEAR / 2013

milan Italy

Born in Milan in 1918, he graduated in Architecture in 1944. Since 1940 he had dedicated himself to experimenting on industrial products with his brothers Livio ((19111979) and Pier Giacomo (1913-1968). Their interests were directed towards Urban Planning, Architecture and Design; they performed analysis and research on new forms, techniques and materials, aimed at developing a process of “integral design”. In 1969, he was nominated Professor of “Artistic Industrial Design”; he chaired the Faculty of Architecture in Turin until 1980 and taught in Milan until 1993 as Professor of “Industrial Design” at the Polytechnic of Milan.


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"FROM GEOMETRIC SHAPE TO NARRATIVE TIMELINE"

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03 Perspective of Achille Castoglioni

"Achille Castiglioni always start his design from sketch, and behind every design object he made-lies a story behind it. So we want to tell this story through his sketch and objects by creating a narrative way of exhibition. Our goal is for visitor to understand Castiglioni's perspective of design." Location-Padigione D’Arte Contemporanea located in Via palestro closed to Porta Venezia. The building has two floors, after the entrance the first floor has high walls, visible from the second floor as a balcony and five rooms for galleria and a corridor as a passage which is between garden entry area and galleria area. Last but not least, there is a big hole which separated by windows from the garden. We point out lighting as a most significant part in our project. For that reason, we explored the current light sequence, the daylight position for each period of day and season. It’s visible that the daylight more effective in garden area, corridor as a middle area between balcony area and rooms. So in the galleria area is clear and without daylight. The artificial light which already exist. There are two types of light, ones spots and the other is interior general light. The zoning plan is designed according the book. It is clear that the timeline is one of the most important ways to explain Castiglioni’s works. We keep the same methodology to decide the zoning. First entrance area for introduction and 40s, second for 50s, third and fourth for 60s because these decades are golden ages, and last room is for 70s, and also garden pool area for 80s and 90s. We use the graphic combine to lighting effect as narrative way to leading people to go into the book and understanding the way Castiglion thinking by using same structure of display and putting the sketch on the wall, combine the lighting effect point out the story of object.


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The layout following our concept, narrative way to show his perspective is reflected to design. Introduction area gives general information about Castiglioni and the book. Also the beginning works in 40s. You will see not only a wall here but also it shows the different views. Another main part of the project is displays. One of displays ways start from the introduction area through the corridor passage to the end of the pool. The second display type is in gallery area’ rooms. Three rooms are dark, other sides are lighted area.


RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

04 Canvas

canvas Create your home with your life style This house is for Hans and Rachel who both are 64 years old, divorced and found new interests after they retired. So the house should be designed as their second life and they are going to put new memories into this house. Our concept is CANVAS, which is inspired by one of their hobbies, painting. They can put their style on canvases, and canvases are going to create their own home.

residential design

CANVAS one home four stories TYPE Residential Space Multi Level CLIENT Hans, Rachel SIZE 92 M2 UNDER Domus Academy PROJECT LEADER Alessia Cipolla GROUP MEMBERS Hyerin Park Rungrabhi Bunnag Takuma Amino

YEAR / 2013

Milan Italy


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HOUSE HOME "PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN A HOUSE ARE GOING TO CREATE A HOME"

"SECOND LIFE" Our goal was to create a significant house for our client and for their second life, people spend more than 8 hour every day in their home, especially in the retired life, they are enjoy their life, they don't have regular timetabling every day, both of they are liberal and freedom of their second life, they like invite friend to their home and cook together. At the beginning of this project we starting to re-think the definition of house and home, because we want our client feel their new life in this home. We trying to animate and individualize for our client from their interests, and we found the painting as main interest of owner of this house, so we decide to design the canvas as our design element to combine memories and divided the space.


RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

04 Canvas

"TREE OF MEMORIES"

Walk into the house you can see tree in the middle of house, a symbol of memories, also as shelves for Hans and Rachael put their life style on it. It combines trunks and iron plate, the structure fixed by iron wire to the ceiling, and the trunk mounted in the floor.

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"BETWEEN OPENESS AND CLOSENESS" Canvases are not only as philosophy in this project, but as elements to divided the private space and common space in three different levels. It also has different function as a partition. There are four man partition in the ground floor. Firstly, the canvas between atrium and student bathroom, it gives the student private and convenience for back to home late, but still keep ventilation well, another canvas between atrium and bathroom as the main visual target for their decoration of memory. Go into the masterbedroom, there is a canvas between atelier and bedroom and bedroom and bathroom, as a storage and closet for both side. In the first floor, there are two main partitions between atrium and living room, we design this canvas not only for decorations, but for main TV wall for their leisure interests. Another canvas in the corridor becomes art piece in the middle of building.The only one canvas in the second floor between atrium and diningroom, the canvas become a wine cellar between living room and kitchen, dining, and terrace, for who has the high interests in wine collection.

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STRUCTURE The original structure of building has only one window, for this reason of circulation and ventilation, we avoid the general layout idea of a home, create a courtyard in the middle of house, and design the staircase in atrium, led visitors to first floor which is the common space, and we found this solution to bring nature light to common space, keep private space in ground floor. With our concept we provide the necessary solutions and transform them into our design language.

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"NATURE LIGHT, COURTYARD, ARCHITECTURE" “No space, architecturally, is a space unless it has nature light” - Louis Kahn

Common space

Private space

Light given to the role of the human body to add color to life through dramatic, wind and rain. The building is a means to enable people to feel the presence of nature. ”In his work, the light always an important element of a space dramatic. The courtyard shows a different aspect naturally every day. The courtyard is the core of life expands housing; introduce these natural phenomena such as light, wind and rain, the city being people forgets. By introducing natural light into the urban environment isolated simple geometry, he created a complex space. He has extraordinary injected into the most extraordinary familiar environment - into housing, and promote a new awareness of ordinary time. In the West, a building space intertwined in a closeness space with the openness space. 03


FILM SET DESIGN

05 Say Yes


set design

film say yes

brave chasing dreams

TYPE Film PRESENT BY New Classics Media Fuji Television Network. Inc Village Roadshow Asia DIRECTOR Leste Chen

YEAR / 2012

SHANGHAI

China

Script: Sarah Zhang. Adaptation: Endrix Ren. TV series: Nojima Shinji (1991). Photography: Chiang Min-chung. Editing: Wenders Li. Music: Tachibana Asami. Music supervision: Benson Chen. Art direction: Lo Shun-fu. Costumes: Dominic Wang. Styling: Jimmy Chou. Sound: Li Tao, Zhao Nan, Yang Jiang. Visual effects: Sun Min.

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Presented by New Classics Media (CN), Fuji Television Network (JP), Village Roadshow Pictures Asia (CN), Haining Asia Media (CN), in association with China Film, Serenity Entertainment International. Produced by New Classics Media (CN), Fuji Television Network (JP), Village Roadshow Pictures Asia (CN), Haining Asia Media (CN), Shanghai Municipal Tourism Administration (CN). Executive producers: Cao Huayi, Han Sanping, Arai Akihiro, Ellen Eliasoph, Gui Yanwen. Producers: Zhao Haicheng, Zhang Wenbo, Tina Shi, Hosokai Kosuke.

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FILM SET DESIGN

05 Say Yes

Japanese drama remade into Chinese movie ‘Say Yes’. The original series tells a love story between Tatsuro, middle-aged man, and a beautiful musician named Kaoru. The current film stars popular actress Lin Chi-ling plays the role of Kaoru, renamed Xun. The Chinese moviegoers were pleased that the film adaptation kept much of the original of the drama series – like the same theme song and memorable scenes. The changes the producers made were mainly situational, to help the Chinese public relate to the story. By all measures, the movie is a veritable success, and is primed now to hit cinemas in Taiwan, as well considerations of showing the movie in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and Japan.


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When Yeh Shun urges him to keep trying and to believe in himself, Huang Da falls for her on the spot. Next day, along with his three workmates, Huang Da visits Shanghai Art Centre to collect his money from Zhao - who is there for talks about sponsoring the centre's orchestra - but Zhao tries to soft-soap him again. When Huang Da bumps into Yeh Shun and Taozi, both help him to reclaim the debt from Zhao. To thank the two women, Huang Da and his workmates take them out for dinner, but Yeh Shun leaves when Huang Da argues that love = money. Taozi explains to him that Yeh Shun was left at the altar three years by her photographer fiance Xu Zhuo (Godfrey Gao) and still feels the hurt. But she urges Huang Da to show self-confidence in pursuing her, whatever Yeh Shun may say.

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Shanghai, the present day. Star Taiwanese cellist Yeh Shun (Lin Chi-ling) is set up by her best friend, bridal dress-shop owner Taozi (Qin Hailu), on a blind date with a rich businessman, Zhao (Wang Xun). By mistake, however, she meets blue-collar handyman Huang Da (Huang Bo), who is separately on a blind date to meet a woman called Tan (Chen Ran). After they resolve their misunderstanding, each meets their planned dates - but in the same restaurant, where it turns out that Huang Da already knows Zhao, who still owes him over RMB100,000 (US$16,000) for construction work on his villa. When Zhao's suspicious wife (Jiang Xiwen) suddenly turns up, Yeh Shun pretends that Huang Da is her date. While driving him home, she learns that Huang Da was on his 99th blind date: he's almost given up trying to find a partner.

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This is one of the most important scene in the film, the cello practice room in the music college. we choose the famous architecture 1933 factory at Shanghai, with historical colony style architecture. The idea is keep the original structure and not cover it, useing the base element "s"shape book shelf only 1.35meter connect with original hexagonal columns, so the shelfs didn't cover the sight of camera, creating different layer in the scene.


Shanghai, the present day. Star Taiwanese cellist Yeh Shun (Lin Chi-ling) is set up by her best friend, bridal dressshop owner Taozi (Qin Hailu), on a blind date with a rich businessman, Zhao (Wang Xun). By mistake, however, she meets blue-collar handyman Huang Da (Huang Bo), who is separately on a blind date to meet a woman called Tan (Chen Ran). After they resolve their misunderstanding, each meets their planned dates - but in the same restaurant, where it turns out that Huang Da already knows Zhao, who still owes him over RMB100,000 (US$16,000) for construction work on his villa. When Zhao's suspicious wife (Jiang Xiwen) suddenly turns up, Yeh Shun pretends that Huang Da is her date. While driving him home, she learns that Huang Da was on his 99th blind date: he's almost given up trying to find a partner.

When Yeh Shun urges him to keep trying and to believe in himself, Huang Da falls for her on the spot. Next day, along with his three workmates, Huang Da visits Shanghai Art Centre to collect his money from Zhao - who is there for talks about sponsoring the centre's orchestra - but Zhao tries to soft-soap him again. When Huang Da bumps into Yeh Shun and Taozi, both help him to reclaim the debt from Zhao. To thank the two women, Huang Da and his workmates take them out for dinner, but Yeh Shun leaves when Huang Da argues that love = money. Taozi explains to him that Yeh Shun was left at the altar three years by her photographer fiance Xu Zhuo (Godfrey Gao) and still feels the hurt. But she urges Huang Da to show self-confidence in pursuing her, whatever Yeh Shun may say.

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FILM SET DESIGN

05 Say Yes


This scene was for the actors create temporary office in the factory, from an abandoned factory we need to set as a carpenter factory with a office. We design partitions with different scale and color vintage office shelf with traces of use, the partitions can be different combinations. In the movie scene design, we need to create a background which fix the era also the role of background, for the role lives in the scene.

Shanghai, the present day. Star Taiwanese cellist Yeh Shun (Lin Chi-ling) is set up by her best friend, bridal dressshop owner Taozi (Qin Hailu), on a blind date with a rich businessman, Zhao (Wang Xun). By mistake, however, she meets blue-collar handyman Huang Da (Huang Bo), who is separately on a blind date to meet a woman called Tan (Chen Ran). After they resolve their misunderstanding, each meets their planned dates - but in the same restaurant, where it turns out that Huang Da already knows Zhao, who still owes him over RMB100,000 (US$16,000) for construction work on his villa. When Zhao's suspicious wife (Jiang Xiwen) suddenly turns up, Yeh Shun pretends that Huang Da is her date. While driving him home, she learns that Huang Da was on his 99th blind date: he's almost given up trying to find a partner.

When Yeh Shun urges him to keep trying and to believe in himself, Huang Da falls for her on the spot. Next day, along with his three workmates, Huang Da visits Shanghai Art Centre to collect his money from Zhao - who is there for talks about sponsoring the centre's orchestra - but Zhao tries to soft-soap him again. When Huang Da bumps into Yeh Shun and Taozi, both help him to reclaim the debt from Zhao. To thank the two women, Huang Da and his workmates take them out for dinner, but Yeh Shun leaves when Huang Da argues that love = money. Taozi explains to him that Yeh Shun was left at the altar three years by her photographer fiance Xu Zhuo (Godfrey Gao) and still feels the hurt. But she urges Huang Da to show self-confidence in pursuing her, whatever Yeh Shun may say.

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projects of professional works interior design TYPE / Commercial space Residential space LOCATION Taipei,Taiwan UNDER Shangyih Interior design co.,ltd First Interior design co.,ltd

YEAR / 2010-2012


RETAIL DESIGN

06 Black bloxes / Heeal

BLACK BOXES

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black boxes MOVEMENT AND MOBILITY TYPE Commercial Space CLIENT Heeal SIZE 20 M2 UNDER Shangyih interior design co.,ltd ART DIRECTOR Alan Yu DESIGNER MinChunTseng PHOTOGRAPHY Kaiwei Hsu

YEAR / 2011

TAIPEI Taiwan

Fashion is the crave that women can never quit. Women are always in want of a new pair of shoes. Heeal is also a play-on word-the sexy heels and the mental healing of women. Besides being jealous and fond of skin-beauty, the worst drawback of a woman is her curiosity.The large number of black boxes piled up in the showcases can not only reveal the mystery, but also have real functions—they can be tables, chairs, something to put your feet on or to lean against. The number of them could be either big or small. You can use them for the final clearance sale or to exhibit the new collections. They are the changeable moods, and the deepest secrets in the heart. Next to the open box is desire; inside the box of Pandora is hope.


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HEEAL The boutique shoes found from HK. The name of HEEAL combine the HEEL & HEAL, for who can get inner healing and get satisfied, the aim is for every woman can enjoy comfortable fashion. The brand images are dark gothic romance, the elegant high-heeled shoes like both magnificent jewel and serenity greater.

"THE BOXES OF PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS" Our goal was to create a significant house for our client and for their second life, people spend more than 8 hour every day in their home, especially in the retired life, they are enjoy their life, they don't have regular timetabling every day, both of they are liberal and freedom of their second life, they like invite friend to their home and cook together. At the beginning of this project we starting to re-think the definition of house and home, because we want our client feel their new life in this home. We trying to animate and individualize for our client from their interests, and we found the painting as main interest of owner of this house, so we decide to design the canvas as our design element to combine memories and divided the space.


RETAIL DESIGN

06 Black bloxes / Heeal

Fashion is the crave that women can never quit. Women are always in want of a new pair of shoes. Heeal is also a play-on word-the sexy heels and the mental healing of women. Besides being jealous and fond of skin-beauty, the worst drawback of a woman is her curiosity.The large number of black boxes piled up in the showcases can not only reveal the mystery, but also have real functions— they can be tables, chairs, something to put your feet on or to lean against. The number of them could be either big or small. You can use them for the final clearance sale or to exhibit the new collections. They are the changeable moods, and the deepest secrets in the heart. Next to the open box is desire; inside the box of Pandora is hope.


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"MULTIPLE COMBINATION" Simple geometric arrangement of the black boxes stacked to simple and neat line of Gothic decorative plate to point out the brand of decadent style. Free to change the display mode, like a stack of blocks can be arbitrary,Here, all the display can be moved, with variability. Use antique black finish as the base, with a medieval frame of copper rust,Wooden box and sofa make the space more consistent.


RETAIL DESIGN

07 Timeless Space / Toilette

TIMELESS SPACE

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TIMELESS SPACE HISTORY OF TRADITIONAL OBJECTS TYPE Commercial Space CLIENT Toilette SIZE 30 M2 UNDER Shangyih interior design co.,ltd DIRECTOR Alan Yu DESIGNER MinChunTseng PHOTOGRAPHY Kaiwei Hsu

YEAR / 2011

TAIPEI Taiwan

Toilette is a fashionable brand belonging to young people. In the limited showcases, how can we build up the deepest meaning of it? We hope to see the time through the space. The iron window once got her stuck, the brink wall that has fallen apart, the repeatedlypainted floor, and the obscure street lights all stop at a time in the past. The future calendar, the suitcase that has not yet been unpacked, time traveler who travels between the past and the future is the witness of vogue.


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"DIFFERENT LEVELS BLUE REPRESENT THE COLOR SCHEME OF BRAND" Walk into the time traveling house, you will see the mottled brick walls, bring the iron window. Recycling of old wood, with staggered diagonal geometric blocks of color collage into a new appearance, Extending from the wall to the ground, seamless connectivity.

TOILETTE The fashion brand TOILETTE from HK. Transform the French "la chanson perfume" to a fashionable brand for young people. Design by international fashion designer but still in affordable luxury way with amazing design, which is the philosophy of eau de TOILETTE.


The chair is from Germany school,industrial style.

ANTIQUE C ABINET

Yo u c a n s e e t h e t r a d i t i o n a l antique cabinet in the Taiwanese grocery store.

ANTIQUE C ABINET

Integration chineses and english antique cabinet made from recycled timber with black mottled paint.

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"FURNITURE CONFIGURATION" Cement ground, finishing in a leather suitcase, opened the two old antique cabinet, is a historical trace. In contrast to the strong atmosphere between old and new, you will witness fashion.

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The antique cabinets irregular drawers make display more interesting.

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A .1950. VINTAGE L UGGAGE

The old luggage take you back to the past.

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"Connect the line and dot,you may find the way arrive to the end.The iron window become the line, display can be more interesting."

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RETAIL DESIGN

08 Pisa Piazza Pizza / Pizza cut five

PISA PIAZZA PIZZA

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PIZZA CUT five the delight between trendy brand and spatial design TYPE Commercial Space CLIENT Pizza cut five SIZE 53 M2 UNDER Shangyih interior design co.,ltd ART DIRECTOR Alan Yu DESIGNER MinChunTseng PHOTOGRAPHY Kaiwei Hsu

YEAR / 2011

TAIPEI Taiwan

What is to be sold in the box? Fashionable T-shirts? This is the creativity of the “ Pizza in the Piazza of Pisa”, the brand name of a trendy T-shirts company. Where is the most trendy pizza in the world? The answer is the Pizza in the Piiazza of Pisa. Pizza is the image of the brand. Using the pizza box as visual focus to express the multi meanings of Pizza from different perspectives. Pisa? Piazza? Pizza! Pizza is the dimensional element that combines the common public space with markets—the arch that goes through the hallway, the extremely old cabinet, classic chandelier, and the carpet-covered outdoor square. Pisa is the atmosphere of time and space, the Italian old town noted for its tilt tower, suitcase made out of real further, the wooden box of red wine, the taste of design.


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PIZZA CUT FIVE Originated from such a music-related background, the The fresh new "street wear "from Taiwan, has a creative concept in merchandise packing, which may comes from and connects with their brand name.

"EATING PIZZA IN THE PUBLIC PIZZERIAPIAZZA COLONNE " Like into the square of the Pisa , Promenade, Arches, Column, creating a medieval atmosphere. Using black and white paint with antique paint, retro frame, using wood brick on the ground. Floor pattern paste method enhance the usability, but without losing the old feel of the space. In the central corridor, a rich feast start beginning, table display of clothing like a delicious meal.


"Romanesque architecture was the first distinctive style to spread across Europe since the Roman Empire, originated from Italy. In other country continued in use as an inspiration. "

ROMANESQUE ARCHITECTURE

ENGL AND GERMENY

FRANCE

ITALY

SPAIN

DEPRESS ARCH

CHARACTERISTICS BUTTRESSES COLUMNS ARCHES AND OPENINGS COLUMNS Salvaged columns Salvaged columns Hollow core columns

1.A SEGMENTAL ARCH

Romanesque architecture is an architectural style of Medieval Europe characterised by semicircular arches. There is no consensus for the beginning date of the Romanesque architecture, with proposals ranging from the 6th to the 10th century. It developed in the 12th century into the Gothic style, characterised by pointed arches. Examples of Romanesque architecture can be found across the continent, making it the first pan-European architectural style since Imperial Roman Architecture. The Romanesque style in England is traditionally referred to as Norman architecture.

2.A SEMI-CIRCULAR ARCH

3.A THREE-CENTRED ARCH

TUDOR ARCH

OGEE ARCHS

HORSESHOE ARCH

TILTED ARCH

EQUILATERAL ARCH SEGMENTAL ARCH

LANCET ARCH ANSE DE PANIER

KEYSTONE VOUSSOIR

HAUNCH

EXTRADOS IMPOST CROWN

INTRADOS

SPRINGER DISCHARGING ARCH

4.THE WOODEN CENTRING FOR A SENI-CIRCULAR ARCH

5.A FOUR-CENTRED ARCH

6.AN ITALIAN POINTED ARCH

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S l e e p e r s m a d e o​​ f c a n d l e chandeliers, connect the atmosphere of the space, the image of the freezer comes from the wine cellar, display of goods like vintage wine w i t h i n t h e w i n e c o o l e r. French made arm lights is the point of the corridor and make it layering. When you try clothes in front of the mirror, old luggage will take you back to the past.

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Residential DESIGN

09 In Between Space

IN BETWEEN SPACE

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IN BETWEEN BETWEEN OPENNESS AND CLOSENESS TYPE Residential Space Single Level CLIENT Kathy Fang SIZE 267 M2 UNDER Shangyih interior design co.,ltd ART DIRECTOR Alan Yu DESIGNER Porcia Yeh MinChunTseng PHOTOGRAPHY Kaiwei Hsu

YEAR / 2012

TAIPEI Taiwan

The concept of this apartment from a square divided to two rectangles, through a passway in the middle of space, designing the sliding doors for both dining and living; openess and closeness. This passway becoming "in between space" for everyday passing several times, but never stop in this space. The idea was creating a small gallery in this in between space for stopping one second while passing the corridor, throuth the interests of client - art collection. Give some breathing space for busy daily life, this is a subtle happiness without a doubt.


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The client is a single women, 26 years old, who works and lives along, strong interests for art collection and likes the warm atmosphere, the leisures for cooking and watching movies.

"ASYMMETRICAL SPACE DIVIDE BY A PASSWAY IN THE CENTER OF THE SPACE" The main visual from corridor to the end of passway stop into an art collection, it shows the taste of our client. The different level of gray apply in different materials, the wooden floor, wall painting, floor tile, marble, and the coating for detail finishing, represent the modren of warm and elegent.


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"“The human soul has still greater need of the ideal than of the real. It is by the real that we exist; it is by -Victor Hugo the ideal that we live.�

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"THE DIALOGUE BETWEEN SPACE AND PEOPLE SPACE " The original structure was a open space, we did not destroy the structure, but build the movable sliding doors to divide two different space through different floor materials, the wooden floor and floor tile. Understanding the brief is key as well as the relationship with space dividing, the dialogue between the existing and new proposal. The space for both cooking and inviting friends here. Another partition between living room and studio, semi transparent fabric devide the private and public space.

"FRACTURE " PROCEDURE

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Residential DESIGN

10 The Loft House

THE LOFT HOUSE

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THE LOFT HOUSE the new life for old house

The stairs’ design is the focus in the house, but the most important element is to connect to the second floor. When a person enters the house, the first thing his eyes notice you are the stairs connecting the first floor to the second floor while attached to the main wall, the wood steps are inserted into the historic brick wall .The combination of iron and wood not only add strength to the structure, but also use less space and merge the past introduced in the red brick wall with the contemporary touch represented by the hanging steps. The Loft style is from New York's Soho district, is adopting an open design without compartment concept. The open space concept is applied in all rooms including the kitchen, dining room, living room, even in the bedroom. The combination of western and Eastern cultures was clearly showed by a sliding door, and the idea comes from Chinese window decoration. The house is for travel show hoster who was growed up in America but born in Taiwan, even she has been live in American for a long time, but now she wants to come back in Taiwan make her own "home". the concept is hybrid, by useing different material from both west and east culuture just like her background.

TYPE Residential Space Multi Level CLIENT Janet Hsieh SIZE 156 M2 UNDER Shangyih interior design co.,ltd DIRECTOR Alan Yu DESIGNER MinChunTseng PHOTOGRAPHY Kaiwei Hsu

traditional Taiwanese red brick

WOODEN staircase iron plate structure YEAR / 2011

TAIPEI Taiwan


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"KEEPING THE ORIGINAL MATERIAL AND STRUCTURE BUT GIVING THE NEW LIFE FOR OLD HOUSE " Loft style from New York's Soho district, adopted an open design without a compartment concept. Loft apartments are built within a building or a special tall bedroom. A loft can be an upper story or attic in a building, directly under the roof. Alternatively, a loft apartment refers to large adaptable open space, often converted for residential use. A converted loft can also offer some other light industrial usages. Some converted lofts include upper open loft areas. The main material includes both brick and wood. Before we fix up the building the house was around 30 years old , so the wood floor were damp and broken, we changed the new material to cement ,the most original material with special polish to make the floor with loft style. We also remove most of the compartments to increase the space. Grilles were also used as separators and dividers in the area.

This case sits on the Sin-Yi Road, but the apartment building is around 30 years old in the old community. The land lord owns two apartments one is in the seventh-floor and the other is on the eighth-floor, originally they were not connected, so we had to build stairs to connect between the two apartments, the biggest challenge was to cut through the ceiling without hurting or affecting the building which is called "old house renovation".


Residential DESIGN

10 The Loft House

"OLD HOUSE RENOVATION CONSTRUCTION"

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+7 Before the construction, we offered the construction plans to the client to get her agreement. The first plan shows the present condition allowed the client to understand the situation before any modification. Secondly, the plan shows the dismantled wall in the house. The third plan is with the new dividing wall included. The fourth plan indicated the measurements of the ceiling designing and the wood beams needed to match the loft style. The fifth plan presented the configuration of lighting which can alter the atmosphere of a room. The seventh plan has the galvanometer and the loop of lighting which control the light switches. The seventh plan illustrates the socket configuration according to the usage. The eighth plan explains the flooring materials� a mix of timber and polished concrete floors to present a more nature look comfortable style.


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"HYBRID CULTURE, WHEN TAIWANESE AMERICAN MEET TAIWANESE LOCAL CULTURE "

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The paper-cut for window decoration is the main form. Generally speaking, the paper-cut for window decoration is commonly used in Northern China; it’s also popular in parts of Southern China. However, in the north the window has many paper base sticks. The pure white paper can be exchanged and pasted on the color bright paper-cut window decoration again on the Spring Festival. Although people change glass substitution to white paper gradually, but people still paste the paper-cut window decoration on the glass, the papercut window decoration can directly respond to people for the pursuit of beauty. So for Chinese New Year, when someone is getting married or someone moves to a new house, it is mostly decorated by the paper-cut window decoration, so as to add a happy atmosphere. The paper-cut window decoration content is widespread; it’s very common in the shapes of flowers, birds, butterflies, fish, drama character, the Chinese folklore, and the propitious jubilation. Because of the paper-cut window decoration modeling the multiform w i n d ow l a t t i c e r e s t r i c t i o n , It d o e s n o t h a v e c e r t a i n f o r m o r s i z e , however there are also some special modeling, such as square shapes, the anthocephalus chinesis, the corner decorations, the linearity, also animal pictures that are divided into four units, again by a combination of field glyph. In this project, we mix the Chinese style grills to the loft style to contribute to the concept of mixed styles between Chinese and Western cultures.


Residential DESIGN

10 The Loft House

Balcony - South America These colorful timbers style is from South America, South America's most broad areas close to the equator belong to tropical climate, so they use colorful paint to paint the timber. The intensity of a tropical island style is especially shown in the garden's decoration.

FURNITURE CONFIGURATION The client is an American Born Taiwanese (ABT),born and raised in Houston, Texas, and her job is a host in a traveling program, she has been to more than 40 countries, when she travels to a different country, she always has special experience with each different culture and their characteristic decorations, She wanted to rearrange her new house from different styles of furniture and decorations .The special decorations can give her house distinguishing characteristics and unique individuality .

Bedroom/Bicycle - Italy She likes to do all kinds of exercise, she also holds a black belt in Taekwondo and circus performance, She always rides her bicycle in her free time, For her a bicycle is not only a convenient means of transportation but also a way to conserve energy and reduce carbon emission, the first bicycle's manuscript is from Leonardo da Vinci designed in1766.

"TRAVEL IS AN IMPORTANT PART OF HER LIFE AND IS HER TELESCOPE TO THE WORLD, LIFE IS LIKE A JOURNEY"

Kitchen/Dining Room - France French style furniture has graceful curves with a little bit of a country style particularly suitable for the interior decoration. Living Room/Luggage - Britain As luggage is a traveler’s companion, it joins you passing lots of countries, now the luggage can also be a side table for unique decoration with the traditional historic English-style sofa.


064 Kept the house original structure and added some wood floor and a grille made from south pine. The garden plants and the pool are also an important factor to luxurious and pleasant feelings. We also created a bathroom in the loft, so showers and baths can be taken under starry sky, resembling a sky yard.

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“Nothing is impossible. There’s no such thing as having no time. The whole world is always in front of us, and if you are willing to take a break to try and to explore, every single second will be filled -Janet Hsieh with life and joy."

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Residential DESIGN

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gallery EVERY PAINTING HAS THEIR OWN LIFE STORY TYPE Residential Space Single Level CLIENT Mr. Huang SIZE 30 M2 UNDER First interior design co.,ltd DIRECTOR Kai Huang DESIGNER MinChunTseng

YEAR / 2010

TAIPEI Taiwan

The main wall looks like a small gallery, permutations and combinations of frame sizes are made from bronze and silver returning a person to the middle century, a person’s favorite contemporary paintings, or family photos can be put inside, they can also be a showroom or a memory reminder. It will also become the transition from the old to the new and the space and time interlocks esthetics. This case sits on the Sin-Yi Development District of Taipei city. When you open the window, you can see many bright colors on the building and beautiful night scenes. Because of the location in the downtown area is very narrow and small, we divided the space into two floors, making more use of space diversity.


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The Dix Collection designed by Kansas-born globe-trotting designer Sean Dix is a mix of fresh, well-designed products made with sustainable materials. Both modern and timeless, the collection contains about 70 pieces in total.

.1956. S ARRINEN SIDE TABLE EERO S ARRINE

DAW = Dining Height Armchair Wooden Base. Based on an Eames design from the 1950’s, the DAW Dining Armchair Wooden Legs - Eames Reproduction is constructed with a solid timber base. The DAW, with maple legs and chrome struts, uses rubber shock mounts to connect t h e s e a t a n d b a s e re s u l t i n g i n a n e x t re m e l y comfortable seat for the end user.

.1950. DAW CHARLES AND RAY EAMES

The Ant chair is a classic of modern chair design. It was designed in 1952 by Arne Jacobsen for use in the canteen of the Danish pharmaceutical firm Novo Nordisk. The Ant (“Myren” in Danish) was named for its approximate similarity to the outline of an ant with its head raised.

.1952. ANT CHAIR ARNE J ACOBSEN

.2001. MAG TABLE ERIC PFEIFFER

This is the ultimate in furniture hybrids. This sensuous form was intended as a side table or seat with storage, but for kids it seems to have so many other uses. We have seen it flipped over and used as some sort of boat/racecar hybrid. It’s been a place to hide under and driven as a stagecoach.

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Introduced in 1956, the Saarinen Collection of dining and low tables is as popular as ever.

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The stair hanging in the brick wall can save space, and made space more i n t e r e s t i n g . We p u t t h e stairs in the middle of the house so as to be the focus in the house. The stairs are made from bark and the iron carries the weight of the stairs inside. However, we put different color tiles of kiln on the first step so as to increase the richness.

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"SMALL BUT WARM AND YOU CAN PUT THE MEMORIES ON THE WALL "

K Chair at the time of the short growing season on the use of r ubber wood, warm colors and natural wood, very beautiful and environmentally friendly concepts, then KARIMOKU decades of woodworking technology and skilled carpenter’s skillful hand-made frames out of chair graceful lines.


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“ WHAT THE PHOTOGRAPHY INFLUENCED ME, IS A WAY TRANSFORM FROM THE CONCEPT OF PICTURE COMPOSITION TO SPATIAL DESIGN, THE PHOTO CAN BE SEEN IN THE DIALOGUE BETWEEN MAN AND THE ENVIRONMENT AS WELL AS IN THE DIALOGUE BETWEEN USER AND SPACE."


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PHOTOGRAPHY BEHIND EVERY PHOTO LIES A STORY TYPE Photography LOCATION Taiwan Paris Venice PHOTOGRAPHY MinChun,Tseng

YEAR / 2012/2013

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Travel is appealing because it allows us to be closer to our lives and the lives of others.

TYPE / FILM 135mm negative Black-and-White

YEAR / 2010 / 2012

LOCATION Hualiรกn, Taiwan Paris, France

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THE WINDOW

TYPE / FILM 135mm positive Cross-Processing

LOCATION Paris, France Venice, Italy

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YEAR / 2012 / 2013


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CURRICULUM VITAE


Ciao, hello, and

profile Min-Chun Tseng Also known as Rebecca Tseng Birthday on 12. May 1987 From Taiwan R.O.C. Rebecca is a vibrant and creativity person with the strong knowledge of both Interior and graphic design. Interdisciplinary study from art of filming transform to interior design, Realize the dialogue between man and architecture interior, and influence from different culture. Indeed, have the greatest impact on her and her chosen career as an designer for she can reach her goal of connecting what she has, so far, accomplished and gained with her Chinese background to the deep European architecture represented in european history and culture. Through one year master educational training from Domus Academy in Italy , she shall only achieve she dream in life and with nearly two years of interior design work experience, she wants to put into practice what has been learned with a wide knowledge of different applied art not only in Taiwan but also around the world.

TSENG, MIN CHUN

REBECCA'

(+39)333 965 9813 Viale Tibaldi 1 20136 Milano rebeccatseng512@gmail.com

EDUCATION 2012/2013 Domus Academy Master of Interior and Living Design 2005/2009 Chaoyang University Of Technology Bachelor of Communication Arts

work experiences Interior design

2011/2012 Shangyih Interior Design Co.,Ltd - Designer 2010 First Interior Design Co.,Ltd - Designer -Research and development of concept -Technical drawings of plans and constructions -Building 3D models and rendering -Supervising and administering the construction stages -Furniture configuration -Space management -Designing and observing the construction stages of room dividers and space separators -Selection and forms of materials

Movie Production

2012 Say yes - Associate Art Director 2009 The Fourth Portrait - Set designer 2009 Kingfisher - Art Director Assistant -Designing and constructing movie background -Stages scenes' props ,and settings for the actors

Professional skills Computer literacy

Windows and Mac OS-MS Office Adobe photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, premiere Sketch up Auto-cad 3ds max / Vray

Languages

Chinese (native) Taiwanese English

Knowledges

Interior designing Graphic design Illustration Movie Art design

Awards

2011 TID Award / Commercial Space / Judges' Award 2012 TID Award / Residential Space / Single Level / Judges' Award 2012 TID Award / Residential Space / Multi Level / TID Award


2013 Portfolio  
2013 Portfolio  
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